Ubuntu Renaming m4a to mp4 script?
Hi! I don't know much about how to write scripts for the shell so maybe some of you could help me out with this; I have a 20gb collection of m4a files (in various subdirectories) that I need to rename to mp4. This, since Amarok wont play them - and I
Ubuntu renaming files with sed
I have thousands of irc log files, named channel-DD-MM-YYYY. I found out (after years of logging :)) that this isn't the best way to sort log files, so I want now rename my files. The new naming would be YYYY-MM-DD-channel. How to extract YYYY into v
Ubuntu HowTo: Preconfigured Dapper reinstall Script...
With the release of the dapper the installer has undergone quite a few changes, from the text only install, to the livecd installer that gives you a full livecd environment that gives you some customization options. This How To will describe how to u
Ubuntu "Permission Denied" for startup script
I decided to try out conky today by following this tutorial (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=867076). Everything seems OK except that I can't get the startup script I created to run-- it's an entry in my Sessions settings but it doesn't star
Launch Ubuntu applications from a php script
Everyone, I REALLY need some help please before I go mad, and apologies in advance if this shouldn't be here. As the subject of this post suggests i'm trying to launch Ubuntu applications from a php script, i have tried different ways of doing this b
Ubuntu how to enable mp4/aac/m4a Support in easyTag?
In EasyTAG (http://easytag.sourceforge.net/) 1.99.10 from the Ubuntu 5.10 Repositories, the support for mp4/aac/m4a files is disabled: See it in the menu help > about. But I'd like to tag m4a files! so how do I enable it? Do I have to build it fro
Ubuntu avi to mp4 script
Is there a way that I could do the following tasks in an automated manner? Check my /home/usenet folder for files with the extension avi Convert the files to an identical bit rate and resolutioned video in mp4 format (some kind of script using ffmpeg
Ubuntu Rename File on M4A/WMA Tags
I have a solid 12000 tracks that I would like to rename based on tag information, but they are mixed format mp3/m4a/wma... mp3 tag is ok for mp3, but enabling m4a support has me caught in compile/dependency hell. I have no idea what do do with the wm
Ubuntu Convert FLV to MP4 with Avidemux Script?
I'm trying to figure out what I would need to do the following: I have a LARGE FLV collection(thank you youtube!). I want these converted to MP4 for iPod viewing. I have AVIdemux. I want to write a script to go through a single folder($home/videos),
Ubuntu Renaming script
I want a script that runs through a directory and all the sub directories capitalizing specified words and lowercasing all others I started writing the script but I am having troubles. My script is posted below, any help would be appreciated I am thi
Ubuntu Rename Files from M$ Win [script-wanted]
I have been looking for a bash or nautilus script that will rename all my old M$ Win directories and files to Linux filename standards. No spaces, no special characters, and do it smartly. In other words replace è with e, instead of deleting è etc. A
Ubuntu flv to mp4 script
everyone, I wanted to make a script to get all the files in a folder converted from flv to mp4 (this with especial caracteristicas that are required by my cellphone) and i found one that looked promising here at the Helmut Granda page (http://www.hel
Ubuntu Can you play mp4 and m4a files in cplay?
Thread title is pretty self explanatory. Is there a way to play mp4 and m4a files through cplay? EDIT: That obviously doesn't involve converting them to another format.
Ubuntu amaroK supporting aac/mp4/m4a/m4b
with amaroK version 1.4.0 support for iPod's has become stable and very convenient. On thing I missed was the lack of support for aac/mp4 tag reading and writing. What I did was to rebuilt the official packages from the kubuntu repository with mp4-su
Ubuntu Rename Script
I have recently bought a cd/mp3 player that plays burnt mp3 cds. Now, it needs them in a special format, for example: album001 -001.mp3 -002.mp3 -003.mp3 album002 -001.mp3 -002.mp3 -003.mp3 What I'm looking for is something that can take the files in
Ubuntu Rename File Script Request
I don't know if this is a total faux pas or not, but I was wondering if someone could write me up a simple script. I could probably do it myself... after hours of research, but I'm sure someone here could just plunk it out with little effort. I've go
Ubuntu renaming 1000+ files using a script
I have a folder with 1000+ files. I want to rename each file by pre-pending (appending to the front) a code nique to each file, while otherwise keeping the file name. The pre-pend would be "a1-", "b1-", "c1-", ... , "z1-", "a2-", "b2-", .... So that
Ubuntu Rename, Move then Delete recordings
Hi I've done a fair bit of Googling, but no-one seems keen to do what I would like, so I thought I'd ask here (as I'm a mythbuntu user). I use my mythbuntu box to record TV programs, but as it is relatively weak power-wise, I use my Ubuntu server to
Ubuntu An "undo" command or script
Hi. I was just wondering if someone could come up with a command or a script I can use to undu operations like rename, delete etc. like we can do in windows by right-clicking and then undo. If there was a command for that I could create an icon I can
Ubuntu renameing a lot of files
Let me say that i have used ubuntu for a while but I am only now begining to see the true power of the system. I have hundreds of recordings from my homemade dvr. they are named somethhing like"my movie (Recorded on 12 03 07 WJHL).mpg" I am trying to